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5640 Wise (Lieut.) Los Gringos; or, an Inside View of Mexico and California, with wanderings in Peru, Chili and Polynesia. 12mo. pp. 453. New York, 1850. 150 5641 Wislizenus (Dr. A.) Memoir of a Tour to Northern Mexico, connected with Col Doniphan's Expedition in 1846-47. With Scientific Appendix and 3 maps. 8vo pp. 141, paper. Wash., 1848. 200 5642 Wortley (Lady). Travels in the United States. 12mo. pp. 463. New York, 1851. 1.00
RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES, ETC.
5656 Brown (Rev. Isaac V.) A Historical Vindication of the Abrogation of the Plan of Union by the Presbyterian Church, in the United States. 8vo. pp. 325. Philadelphia, 1855 1 25
5643 American Bible Society. Thirteen Annual Reports of the American Bible So5657 Brown (Thomas). An Account of ciety. From 1817-29. In three 8vo. volthe People called Shakers; their Faith, umes, half bound. N. Y., 1817-29. 3 00 Doctrines, and Practice, exemplified in the 5644 Ancient Testimony (The) of the Life, Conversations, and Experience of the Religious Society of Friends, commonly Author. To which is affixed a History of called Quakers. 16mo. pp. 84, paper. their Rise and Progress to the Present Day. Philadelphia 1855. 25 12mo. pp. 372, sheep. Troy, 1812. 4.00
5645 Anderson (Jas. S. M.) History of the Church of England in the Colonies and Foreign Dependencies of the British Empire. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1845-56. 5 00 5646 Bacon (Leonard). The Genesis of the New England Churches. 12mo. pp. 485. New York, 1874. 2 25 5647 Baird (Robert). Religion in America; or, an Account of the Origin, Progress, etc., of the Evangelical Churches in the United States. 8vo. pp. 343, half calf. New York, 1844.
5648 Barclay (Robert). An Apology for the True Christian Divinity, as the same is held forth and preached by the People called, in scorn, Quakers. 12mo. pp. 574 new half sheep. Dublin, 1737. 1 75 5649 Barclay (Robert) A Treatise on Church Government, formerly called Anarchy of the Ranters, etc. 16mo. pp. 124, half bound. Philadelphia, 1822.. 75
5650 Bates (Elisha). An Examination of Certain Proceedings and Principles of the Society of Friends, called Quakers. 8vo. pp. 311, sheep. St. Clairsville, 1837. 2 00 5651 Batterson (H. G.) A Sketchbook of the American Episcopate during One Hundred Years, 1783-1883. 12mo. pp. 368. Philadelphia, 1884. 100 5652 Belcher (Joseph). The Religious Denominations in the United States. Their History, Doctrine Government, and Statistics. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 1,024, sheep. Philadelphia, 1864. 2 00 5653 Benedict (David). A General History of the Baptist Denomination in Amer
5662 Cooke (Parsons). A Century of Puritanism, and a Century of its Opposites. 12mo. pp. 444. Boston, 1855. 1 25
5663 Cox (F. A.) and Hobby (J.) The Baptists in America; a Narrative of the Deputation from the Baptist Union in England to the United States. 12mo. pp. 516 New York, 1836. 1.00
5664 Cranz (David). The Ancient and Modern History of the Brethren; or, A Succinct Narrative of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren, or Unitas Fratrum, in the remoter Ages, and particularly in the present Century. Translated, with Notes, by Benjamin La Trobe. 8vo. pp. 621+83. 3.00 London, 1780.
5665 Curtis (Thos. F.) Progress of Baptist Principles in the Last Hundred Years. 12mo. pp. 422. Boston, 1855. 1. 00 5666 Davis (J.) History of the Welsh Baptists. 16mo. pp. 204. Pittsburgh, 1835. 1700
5667 Davis (Mrs. Tamar). A General Progress, Genius, and Character of AmeriHistory of the Sabbatarian Churches, with can Presbyterians. 8vo. pp. 224, boards. the Seventh-Day Baptists of the United Washington, 1839. 255. Philadelphia,
12mo. pp. 5668 Declaration and Testimony for the Doctrine and Order of the Church of Christ. To which is prefixed a Narrative concerning the Maintenance of the Reformation-Testimony. By the Associate Presbytery of Pennsylvania. 12mo. pp. 135, Printed at Philadelphia, 1784. Edinburgh Reprinted, 1786.
5669 Dexter (Henry M.) Glance at the Ecclesiastical Councils of New England. 8vo. pp. 68. Boston, 1867.
5670 Dexter (Henry M.) The Church Polity of the Pilgrims the Polity of the New Testament. 8vo. pp. 82, boards. 1.00 Boston, 1870.
5681 Henry (James). Sketches of Moravian Life and Character. 8vo. pp. 376. 150 Philadelphia, 1859.
5682 Hinds (William A.) American Communities. Brief Sketches of Economy; Zoar, Bethel, Aurora, Amana, Icaria, the Shakers, Oneida, Wallingford, and the Brotherhood of the New Life. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 176. Oneida, 1878.
5583 Hodge (Charles.) The Constitutional History of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. 2 vols. in 1. 8vo., half bound. Philadelphia, 1839-40.
5684 Holme (Benjamin, Quaker). Collection of his Epistles and Works. With his Life and Travels in Europe and America. 1 25 8vo. pp. 194. London, 1754.
5671 Evans (F. W.) The Origin, History, Principles, Rules and Regulations, 5685 Le Clercq (Father Christian). First Government and Doctrines of the Shakers. Establishment of the Faith in New France. 18mo. pp. 192, paper. New Lebanon, Now first translated, with notes, by John 1859. Gilmany Shea. 2 vols. 8vo., paper. New 5672 Gorrie (Rev. P. D.) The Churches York, 1881. and Sects of the United States. Containing a Brief Account of their Origin, History; etc. 12mo. pp. 240. N. Y., 1856. 5673 Gorrie (Rev. P. D.) Episcopal Methodism, as it Was and Is. 12mo. pp. 354. Auburn, 1852. 1 00
5674 Gorrie (Rev. P. D.) History of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States. 12mo. pp. 359. Philadelphia, 1 00 5675 Gorrie (Rev. P. D.) Lives of Eminent Methodist Ministers. Incidents, Anecdotes, Records of Travel, etc. 408. Auburn, 1853. 75 5676 Gouch (John). History of the People called Quakers from their First Rise to the Present Time. 4 vols. 8vo. Dublin, 1789. 4 00 5677 Griffith (John). Journal of the Life, Travels and Labours in the Work of the Ministry. Formerly of Darby, Penn. pp. 426.+Griffith's Brief Remarks Addressed to the People called Quakers. 12mo. pp. 112. Phila., 1781.
5678 Hawes (Joel). A Tribute to the Memory of the Pilgrims and a Vindication of the Congregational Church of New England. 12mo. 176. Hartford, 75
5679 Henry (G. W.) Trials and Triumphs of (of the Oneida Community). pp. 349+and the Golden Harp. Hymns and Music. 18mo. pp. 16. Oneida, 1861. 1 25 5680 Hill (Wm.) A History of the Rise,
tions, Declarations and Arguments. 8vo. pp. 169. Chicago, 1874.
5709 Rupp (I. Daniel). An Original 100 History of the Religious Denominations at 5695 Penn (William). A Brief Account present Existing in the United States. of the Rise and Progress of the People Containing an Authentic Account of their called Quakers. 12mo. pp. 95, boards. Rise, Progress, Statistics, and Doctrines. Philadelphia, 1816.
50 8vo. pp. 734, sheep. Philadelphia,
5696 Penn (William). No Cross, No Crown. A Discourse showing the Nature and Discipline of the Holy Cross of Christ. 8vo. pp. 495. London, 1806. Also, in same volume, Primitive Christianity reviewed in the Faith and Practice of the People called Quakers. 8vo. pp. 77, sheep. London, 1796. 2 25
Perry (William Stevens). Historical Collections relating to the American Colonial Church. (250 copies printed.) Large
Virginia. pp. 585.
5698. Vol. 2. Pennsylvania. 1871.
5699 Vol. 3. Massachusetts. 1873.
2.00 5710 Shakers. Investigator; or, A De fense of the Order, Government and Economy of the United Society called Shakers. Also some Account of the Proceedings of the Legislature of New Hampshire in relation to the People called Shakers, in 1828. 12mo. pp. 103, paper. Lexington, 1828. New York, 1846. 1 25
5711 Shakers. A Summary View of the Millennial Church; or, United Society of Believers (commonly called Shakers). 12mo. pp. 1.00 320. Albany, 1823.
5712 Shakers. The Testimony of Christ's Second Appearing; Containing a 7 50 general Statement of all things pertaining to the Faith and Practice of the Church of 720. God in this Latter Day. 8vo. pp. 573, 750 sheep. Union Village, O., 1823. 5700 Vol. 4. Maryland. pp. 370, and Delaware. pp. 151, in 1 vol. 1878. 750 5701 Presbyterian Church. Record of, being Minutes of the Presbyterys and Synods of Philadelphia and New York, 1766
1788. 8vo. pp. 548. Philadelphia,
1 25 5702 Pulpit and the Pew. Being the History of a Struggle for Justice between the Two, and Embracing the Trials and Triumphs of a Year in the Old Parsonage. [Rev. Geo. B. Cheever.] 12mo. pp. 361. N. Y., 1858. 75
5703 Punchard (George). A View of Congregationalism, its Principles and Doctrines. 16mo. pp. 331. Andover, 1844. 75
5704 Quakers. An Abstract of the Sufferings of the People call'd Quakers, for the Testimony of a Good Conscience, 16501666. 3 vols. 12mo., old calf. London, 1733. 3 50
5705 Ritter (Abraham). History of the Moravian Church in Philadelphia, from its Foundation in 1742 to the Present Time. 8vo. pp. 281. Phila., 1857. 1 50
5706 Roll and Book. A Holy, Sacred and Divine Roll and Book, from the Lord
God of Heaven to the Inhabitants of the
5707 Royce (M. S.) A Series of Brief Historical Sketches of the Church of England, and of the Protestant Episcopal
Church in the United States. 198, half bound. N. Y. 1860.
5713 Shane (J. D.) A Sketch of the Immigrant Church. 8vo. pp. 27, paper.
5714 Spence (Irving I.) Letters on the Early History of Presbyterian Church in America, Addressed to the late Rev. Robt. M. Laird. 12mo. pp. 199. Ph Philadelphia, 1838.
1 25 Sprague (W. B.) Annals of the American Pulpit; or, Commemorative Notices of Distinguished American Clergymen, from the Earliest Settlement of the Country to
and Pretensions of Joseph C. Dylks in East- Biographical Sketches, Facts, Anecdotes, ern Ohio, in 1828. 12mo. pp. 59, paper. etc. Portraits. 8vo. pp. 504. Manchester, Cincinnati, 1880. 1 75 5734 Benezet (Anthony). A Caution to Great Britain and her Colonies, in a Short Representation of the Calamitous State of the Enslaved Negroes in the British Dominions. 8vo. pp. 46. London, 1767. 1 00
5722 Thompson (Jos. P.) Church and State in the United States, with an Appendix on the German Population. 16mo. pp. 166. Boston, 1873. 50
5723 Thornton (J. W.) The Pulpit of the American Revolution; or, The Political Sermons of the Period of 1776. With an Historical Introduction, Notes, and Illustrations. 8vo. pp. 537. Boston, 1860. 1 25 5724 Tuke (Henry). The Principles of Religion, as Professed by the Society of Christians called Quakers. 12mo. pp. 142, half bound. New York, 1819. 50
5725 Webster (Richard). History of the Presbyterian Church in America. 8vo. Pp. 720. Philadelphia, 1857. 5726 White (Wm.) Memoirs of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America. 8vo. pp. 474, sheep. Philadelphia, 1820. 2.00
5727 Wise (John). A Vindication of the Government of New England Churches. pp. 80. The Churches' Quarrel Exposed. pp. 96. + A Platform of Church Discipline. pp. 68. 12mo. All. Boston, 1772.
SLAVERY AND THE NEGRO.
5735 Benton (Thomas H.) Historical and Legal Examination of that part of the Decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Dred Scott Case, which declares
the Unconstitutionality of the Missouri
Its Character, Career, and Probable Designs.
5733 Armistead (Wilson). A Tribute for the Negro; being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Coloured Portion of Mankind, 1863.
1 50 Results Boston,
5747 Cochin (Augustin). The Results Platform; or, Manual of Southern Sentiof Slavery. 12mo. pp. 413. Boston, ment on the Subject of Slavery. 8vo. pp. 1 00 80. Boston, 1858.
5748 Controversy between Caius Gracchus and Optimus in reference to the Colonizing the Free People of Colour. 8vo. pp. 218, paper. Georgetown, 1827. 50 5749 Conway (Moncure D.) The Golden Hour. 12mo. pp. 160. Boston, 1862. 75 5750 Conway (Moncure D.) The Rejected Stone; or, Insurrection v. Resurrection in America. 12mo. pp. 131. Boston,
5762 Goodwin (D. R.) Southern Slavery in its Present Aspects, containing a Reply to the late Work of the Bishop of Vermont on Slavery. 12mo. pp. 343. Philadelphia, 1864. 1.00
5763 Gregoire (H.) An Enquiry concerning the Intellectual and Moral Faculties, and Literature of Negroes; followed with an Account of the Life and Works of 100 Fifteen Negroes and Mulattoes distinguished in Science, Literature, and Arts. Translated by D. B. Warden. 8vo. rp. 253, boards. Brooklyn, 1810.
5751 Drayton (Daniel). Personal Me
moir. For Four Years and Four Months a Prisoner (for Charity's Sake) in Washington Jail, with the Voyage and Capture of the Schooner "Pearl." Portrait. 12mo. pp. 122. Boston, 1855. 75 5752 Eldridge (Elleanor). Memoirs of 48mo. pp. 128. Providence, 1842. 75
5764 Griffiths (Julia, Editor). graphs for Freedom. 12mo. pp. 309. burn, 1854.
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5765 Grimke (Sarah and Angelina) The First American Women Advocates of Abolition and Woman's Rights. By Catherine H. Birney. 16mo. pp. 319. Boston, 1 25 5765A Grosvenor (C. P.) A Review of the Correspondence of Messrs. Fuller and Wayland, on the Subject of American Slavery. Also a Discourse by Roger Wil1652. 2 50 liams, 18mo. pp. 187. Utica, 50
5753 Elliott (E. N.) Cotton is King, and Pro-Slavery Arguments; comprising the Writings of Hammond, Harper, Christy, Stringfellow, Hodge, Bledsoe, and Cartwright, on this Important Subject, with an Essay on Slavery in the light of International Law. 8vo. pp. 908, roan. Augusta, Ga., 1860.
5754 Elmwood (Elnathan). A Yankee among the Nullifiers. An Autobiography. 18mo. pp. 142, half calf. New York,
5766 Hopkins (J. H., Bishop of Vermont). A Scriptural, Ecclesiastical, and Historical View of Slavery. 12mo. pp. 376. New York, 1864. 1.00
100 5755 Fitzhugh (George). Cannibals, All; or, Slaves without Masters. 12mo. 5767 Ingersoll (Charles). A Letter to 125 a Friend in a Slave State. By a Citizen of Pennsylvania. 4to pp. 60., paper. Large paper. Philadelphia, 1862.
pp. 379. Richmond, 1857.
5756 Fletcher (John). Slavery, in Easy Lessons. Compiled into Eight Studies, and subdivided into Short Lessons for the convenence of Readers. 8vo. pp 637, sheep. Natchez, 1852.
5757 Garrison (W. Lloyd) and his Times; or, S ketches of the Anti-Slavery Movement in America. By Oliver Johnson, with an introduction by John G. Whittier. 8vo. pp. 490. Boston, 1881. 200
5758 Garrison (W. Lloyd). Lectures of George Thompson, and History of his Connection with the Anti-Slavery Cause in England. 12mo. pp. 190. Boston, 1836. 50
5759 Garrison (W. Lloyd). Thoughts on African Colonization. 8vo. pp. 160+76, boards. Boston, 1832.
1 00 5760 Godwin (B.) The Substance of a course of Lectures on British Colonial Slavery. 8vo. pp. 171, boards. London, 1830.
5772 Livermore (George). An Histor torical Research respecting the Opinions of the Founders of the Republic, on Negroes, 5761 Goodloe (D. R.) The Southern as Slaves, as Citizens, and as Soldiers.